Open IPKG packages from command line
k at spernj.org
Tue Feb 17 10:47:41 CET 2009
For future reference: "ar -x some_package.ipk" did the trick.
Thank you Gunnar!
Gunnar Aastrand Grimnes wrote:
> .ipk are like debian (or indeed ubuntu) packages, i.e. they are
> initially packaged with ar, not tar. Unpacking will give you a meta-data
> file plus control.tar.gz. and data.tar.gz, which you can untar as usual.
> data.tar.gz is meants to be untarred in /, i.e. it contains all folders
> up from usr, var, etc.
> - Gunnar
> Kasper Johansen wrote:
>> Hi list.
>> Is it possible to extract a IPK-package (some_package.ipk)? I do not
>> want to install anything - just inspect the package on my Ubuntu-machine.
>> I have been able to extract some packages by using "tar -zxvf" after
>> renaming the extension to tar.gz - though I cant with all packages (and
>> I dont know why).
>> Can anyone point in the direction on how to do so?
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